Ashburn, Virginia – Redskins president Bruce Allen has voiced what everyone has assumed for quite some time: Robert Griffin III is done in Washington.
In an interview Tuesday with the “Dan Sileo Show” on 1090 AM in San Diego, Allen replied “well, no” when asked whether he thinks the 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year will be with the Redskins next season.
Said Allen: “I see Robert getting an opportunity with another team. I think we’ve heard from some teams that are interested, and I think he’s going to have a choice of a couple teams that will let him excel in the future.”
Griffin did not appear in a game for the NFC East champions last season — and he only was active for one. The Redskins have until March 9 to cut him if they want to get his contract off the books for 2016.